The deadline for NASW/Texas Elected Leadership Nominations has been extended to Monday, December 15.Volunteer elected leaders make the work of our association possible and benefit from great networking, increased skills, and meaningful leadership experience. Learn more about our opportunities to serve and submit your self nomination by December 15!
Changes at the Top
How will last month's election impact our relationships and advocacy at the Capitol? Read more
3-in-1 Membership makes your professional affiliation easy breezy! Read more
In case you missed it: 10 key changes to the DSM that you should know about. Read more
Share Your Knowledge at the 2015 State Conference: Call for Proposals Now Open
NASW/Texas is now accepting proposals for the 39th Annual State Conference, to be held in Galveston November 12-14, 2015. Proposals must be submitted using the online form by midnight on February 18, 2015. Members are encouraged to apply and to invite great presenters they've encountered over the last year to submit as well. Learn more.
Members are also needed to serve as volunteer abstract reviewers in March. Sign up now.
Advocate for your profession! Advocate for your clients!
Join us for Social Work Advocacy Day on Tuesday, March 3, 2015, and help us advance the 2015 NASW/Texas Legislative Agenda which focuses on greater recognition and reimbursement for social workers across Texas in the next legislative session, as well as increasing the value that the legislature places upon our profession. Register to join us at the Capitol or make a pledge to visit your legislator's local office. Learn more and sign up.
LMSW Review Kit now 25% off while supplies last! Studying for your LMSW Licensing Exam? Our Review Kit can help! Read more
Clinical Reimbursement News. NASW/Texas Members and staff help fight for improved reimbursement policy for Texas social workers. Read more
NASW/Texas & Other NASW Chapters Push for Medicaid Expansion. Texas Government Relations Director Will Francis was interviewed for a recent NASW News article on this subject. Read more
TPACE Reviews the Post Election Blues. What factors impacted the November elections and how should social workers prepare for the legislative session?Read more
The Human Rights Committee explores life at the US Mexico Border and how this experience should inform immigration policy. Read more
NASW/Texas Graduate Intern Susanne Alsina reflects on her experience at an administrative field placement and how networking with fellow Latinas in NASW/Texas leadership has impacted her professional journey. Read more
How Retirement Benefits will Change in 2015. A useful article from U.S. News and World Report by Emily Brandon. Read more